This week’s Relic Radio Show begins with The NBC University Theater and their adaptation of, The Purloined Letter. That story first aired September 17, 1948. The Screen Directors Playhouse follows that with Trade Winds, their broadcast from May 29, 1949.
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Theatre Royal opens this edition of the Relic Radio Show. From it we’ll hear, The Man Who Could Work Miracles, first heard June 16, 1954. Then, Screen Director’s Playhouse presents, Yellow Sky. That story was first broadcast July 15, 1949.
We begin this week with the Screen Director’s Playhouse, with an episode from June 5, 1949 titled The Killers. Then it’s on to Suspense!
Our Suspense Replay episode this week is Weekend Special: Death, which first aired May 24, 1954.[audio:http://www.archive.org/download/rrs04/RelicRadio265.mp3]
This week, Ray Milland stars in The Big Clock, a radio adaptation of the film released in April of 1948. This episode is from the Screen Directors Playhouse, and first aired July 8, 1949.[audio:http://archive.org/download/RRThrillers1/Thriller174.mp3]
This week we’ll hear a radio version of the 1944 film The Uninvited, which was based on the novel Uneasy Freehold by Dorothy MacArdle published in 1942. This version comes from the Screen Director’s Playhouse, and first aired November 18, 1949.[audio:http://archive.org/download/TheHorror2/TheHorror269.mp3]
This week our thriller is an adaptation of the film Night Has A Thousand Eyes. This radio version comes from the Screen Directors Playhouse, and first aired February 2, 1948. The film of the same name was released one year earlier.[audio:http://archive.org/download/RRThrillersC/Thriller98.mp3]
This week it’s a classic Hitchcock film turned radio drama from Screen Directors Playhouse. Based on the 1943 film, we’ll hear Shadow Of A Doubt first aired November 9, 1950.[audio:http://archive.org/download/RRThrillersB/Thriller69.mp3]